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EWW!!!  That's such an offensive suggestion.  Why would ANYONE put an Apple logo on that piece of feces???  It's like putting a Mercedes branding on a Ford.  That's just offensive!
teacher: Spell desperate student: Desperate, S-A-M-S-U-N-G, desperate! teacher: CORRECT!
I guess I won't be getting a Nest thermostat now... Who in their mind would buy something that can totally tell when you're home and when you're not home and then send that data to google... I'm not ready to have my home robbed with precision, thank you very much!
Samsung innovate?  That's a joke!  Samsung and "innovate" don't belong together.  There is a chasm between the two which could only be filled by words/phrases like "failed to" and "doesn't," etc...
It has been said many times before that the reason why iPhone 5s is short on stock is because they weren't able to keep up with the production of the touch ID components...
DON'T DO IT!  Unlimited dial up is not worth the money.  AVOID SPRINT AT ALL COST.  I was suckered into using their service when the iPhone was released and let's just say that I had the two most horrible years of my cell phone service life!  Their data speed is crawling dial-up speed.  You'll get like... 0.05 Mbps the same speed as a 56K modem...
Agree!  A convex button would not be practical as it would be easily clicked. Imagine your phone inside anything getting the home button clicked every few seconds.  That'd kill battery life, shorten the life of the home button significantly, and make your phone easily butt-dialed when in a pocket.
Apple's definition of SHIPPED means SOLD.  Apple SOLD 28 million copies of Mountain Lion because in order for Mountain Lion to be SHIPPED, it has to be purchased through the Mac App store.  Physical copies of Mountain Lion wasn't available to anyone except maybe institutions who needed the physical media to upgrade their systems through volume licensing.  In any case, Apple didn't ship 28 million copies to sit on shelves.  They actually "shipped" their Mountain Lion...
Those are reasons for loyalty.  You can't have loyalty without the above reasons.
I bet the writers and the infringers are the same group of people.   The writers wrote the content, then asked the "app developer" to put the content on Apple's ibook store for the sole purpose of picking Apple's pockets.  These writers and developers are the same people in the "court."  Apple should stop allowing Chinese book apps or books in their store.  They also need to put a clause on their app store policy that any person submitting content that infringes on...
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